Couples therapy tackles a whole wide spectrum of topics. Each couple comes in with a distinct relationship, culture and experience that couples therapy can and needs to speak to. Especially when considering if couples therapy is the right fit, couples often want to know if and how a couples counselor approaches these unique issues and relationships.
In order to expand on how we do couples therapy at Tribeca Therapy, we’ve created a series of couples therapy-related reading on our Couples Therapy page. Starting with “What Does A Good Marriage Mean In Couples Therapy?,” defining how we see a “good” marriage, we delved into topics including social media and the Internet, arguing, big decisions, infidelity, dealing with each other’s families, communication, food and diet, sex, kink and money conflicts in financial couples therapy. We’ve also explored open relationships, non-traditional relationships, relationships with two working parents, same-sex relationships and trans, gender nonconforming and other couples who don’t fit in neat gender boxes. We will also be adding new pages for more topical couples therapy reading so check back for updates.